DETROIT – A day after hitting a foul ball that injured a fan behind the Detroit dugout, Anthony Gose said there's nothing a spectator in that situation can do.
"Even if you're paying attention you can't react that fast. We can't react that fast in the dugout and we're paying attention to the game," the Tigers outfielder said Saturday. "A fan who's never seen anything moving that fast at them in their life? No chance. Zero chance in this world."
The Tigers said the female fan was released from the hospital Saturday.
Justin Verlander and Nick Castellanos said immediately after Friday's game that baseball needs to make changes at ballparks to keep fans safe, and Gose echoed those sentiments before Saturday night's game against Texas.